2014 Schedule

2014 Program (Please use this link to access the full schedule of events)

Please Note:

Change in Panel

Undergraduate Panel: Imagining the Fourteenth Century Then and Now
Moderator: TBA
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“Engaging Love Piece by Piece,” Shane Merritt, Keene State College

“Myth Motifs in the Fourteenth Century,” Ariel Frankel, Keene State College

“A Knight of Knights: Sir Ulrich,” Maria Avery, Keene State College

The Lord of the Rings in the Fourteenth Century,” Carolynn Berry, Keene State
College

Paper Cancellation:

(9:30-10:50 Friday Session 1)

“Killing for Love: The Case of the English Saracen Princess,”
Meriem Pages, Keene State College

 

 Panel Cancellation:

(10:35-11:55 Saturday Session 5)

Undergraduate Panel: Contextualizing Fourteenth-Century Literature
Moderator: Meriem Pages
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“Bye, Bye Black Death,” Jamie Clark, Keene State College

“Lollards despite Themselves,” Olivia Mendoza, Keene State College

“Do Kings Truly Act like Kings?” Anjum Syed, Keene State College

“Women: in the Eyes of Men,” Rose O’Callaghan, Keene State College

In Plymouth Magazine

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The Best Job Perk Ever

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Coming Soon: Merrill Place Residence Hall and Conference Center

Starting fall 2017, Plymouth State students will have a new residence hall to call home. To accommodate its growing enrollment, the University recently began construction on Merrill Place Residence Hall and Conference Center, a seven-story building that will house up to 350 students. “Merrill Place’s design is in line with the evolving housing preferences of […]